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AuthorArendt, Wolfgang. author
TitleVector-valued Laplace Transforms and Cauchy Problems [electronic resource] / by Wolfgang Arendt, Charles J. K. Batty, Matthias Hieber, Frank Neubrander
ImprintBasel : Springer Basel : Imprint: Birkhรคuser, 2001
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-0348-5075-9
Descript XI, 523 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Linear evolution equations in Banach spaces have seen important developments in the last two decades. This is due to the many different applications in the theory of partial differential equations, probability theory, mathematical physics, and other areas, and also to the development of new techniques. One important technique is given by the Laplace transform. It played an important role in the early development of semigroup theory, as can be seen in the pioneering monograph by Rille and Phillips [HP57]. But many new results and concepts have come from Laplace transform techniques in the last 15 years. In contrast to the classical theory, one particular feature of this method is that functions with values in a Banach space have to be considered. The aim of this book is to present the theory of linear evolution equations in a systematic way by using the methods of vector-valued Laplace transforms. It is simple to describe the basic idea relating these two subjects. Let A be a closed linear operator on a Banach space X. The Cauchy problern defined by A is the initial value problern (t 2 0), (CP) {u'(t) = Au(t) u(O) = x, where x E X is a given initial value. If u is an exponentially bounded, continuous function, then we may consider the Laplace transform 00 u(>. ) = 1 e-). . tu(t) dt of u for large real>.


CONTENT

A Laplace Transforms and Well-Posedness of Cauchy Problems -- 1 The Laplace Integral -- 2 The Laplace Transform -- 3 Cauchy Problems -- B Tauberian Theorems and Cauchy Problems -- 4 Asymptotics of Laplace Transforms -- 5 Asymptotics of Solutions of Cauchy Problems -- C Applications and Examples -- 6 The Heat Equation -- 7 The Wave Equation -- 8 Translation Invariant Operators on Lp(?n) -- Appendices -- A Vector-valued Holomorphic Functions -- B Closed Operators -- C Ordered Banach Spaces -- E Distributions and Fourier Multipliers -- Notation


Mathematics Partial differential equations Mathematics Partial Differential Equations



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